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The home plate at Fenway Park got plenty of use this season as the Red Sox had one of Major League Baseball’s most productive offenses. Another productive unit will be crossing home plate again this spring when the Fourth Annual Run-Walk to Home Base Presented by New Balance finishes at the most historic of historic end points.
The fundraiser supports the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital’s Home Base Program which provides medical care to Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families that are effected by combat stress and traumatic brain injury. The event is limited to 4,000 entrants with space for up to 500 active military members available for just a $50 registration fee.
All other entrants must reach a minimum fundraising goal to participate in the 5.6-mile run-walk. Early entrants will need to raise at least $750 while all other entrants must reach the $1,000 minimum. The minimum age of participation is 14 but younger children can participate with full-fun...
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The Boston Red Sox organization boasts both high-ceiling talent and depth within the system although a number of prospects are coming off of tough seasons. The 2013 season could be a key turning point for the club as those young players look to add a little more shine back to their prospect status.
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Apparently the $30 million+ that John Lackey has coming his way over the next two years just isn’t enough. He’s trying to unload this insane Newport Beach, California mansion for $10 million. Unlike the last two years of Lackey’s career, this house is no laughing matter. Complete with a private putting green and pool with ocean views, Lackey’s pad is truly a place where you...
The Boston Red Sox expects to have one of baseball's highest payrolls in 2013, general manager Ben Cherington told Boston radio station WEEI on Thursday. The team has just $45 million in guaranteed salary committed to next season, but, and would plan to invest in their arbitration-eligible players such as Jacoby Ellsbury and Andrew Bailey, spend on free agents or take on salary...
Photo Courtesy of the Boston Red Sox. Here is new Red Sox catcher David Ross, who signed with the team last week on a two-year deal worth 6.2 million. Ross is expected to help the Boston pitching staff get back on track as he is known as a good game caller and is well respect [...]
It's not the Ross we are hoping for the Boston Red Sox to sign but there's still plenty of time in free agency. But the Red Sox have made the David Ross signing official.
Here's the release:
BOSTON, MA—The Boston Red Sox today signed catcher David Ross to a two-year contract through the 2014 season. The announcement was made by Executive Vice President/General...
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The Boston Red Sox reportedly are preparing to enter the fray with teams bidding to retain the services of free agent slugger Josh Hamilton.
The Boston Red Sox are widely considered one of the most charitable professional sports organizations in the country, a trend which continued Wednesday with the announcement of the 2013 Run-Walk to Home Base, which will be hosted at Fenway Park.
The charity’s mission is to provide services for Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans who have been affected by combat stress and traumatic...
The Boston Red Sox have signed catcher David Ross to a two-year
deal worth $6.2 million.
There could be another former member of the Red Sox family rejoining the team this offseason.
On Thursday, the Sox brought Braves assistant hitting coach Scott Fletcher in for an interview, according to ESPN and confirmed by other outlets.
Fletcher was a member of the Red Sox for two years of his lengthy 15-year career. From 1993-94, he batted .269 in 184 total games for the Sox...
Red Sox GM Ben Cherington went on WEEI today and had some scary interesting things to say.
First, he admitted to talking to Miami about some players, but then implied that any deal wouldn't fit the team's approach. Which is something good for once. Taking a slow & steady approach. Jose Reyes & Josh Johnson would've been nice additions for 2013 but with...
The Boston Red Sox dumped a bevy of payroll ($250 million to be exact) late in the 2012 season as the continued to crumble. Now, the team is poised to climb out of the cellar and into 4th place. There are already rumblings that the team is looking at Josh Hamilton, who is looking for [...]
Tom Werner‘s accomplishments in the game of baseball have not gone unnoticed.
The Boston Red Sox Chairman will be honored with the Dave Winfield Humanitarian award at the In the Spirit of the Game Sports and Entertainment Spectacular on Jan. 12, 2013.
Werner is being recognized for his leadership, dedication and contributions to the sport, including the creation of The Red Sox...
Newly hired Red Sox manager John Farrell is already receiving accolades in Boston, without even managing a game.
Farrell will be honored on Thursday night by The American Ireland Fund at their Boston Gala Dinner at the Westin Waterfront Hotel.
With Farrell’s hiring, he became the 20th manager of Irish descent with the organization in the 112 year history of Boston baseball.
Back in the day, when the Red Sox were interested in trading for some new talent, they followed a simple strategy: they sent the prospective player out to lunch with Teddy Ballgame. If Teddy got good vibes during lunch and came back with a thumbs up, a deal was made. On the other hand, if [...]
Greg Blosser interview (PBS) GREG BLOSSER INTERVIEW
Listen back to @john_pielli’s interview with former Red Sox OF Greg Blosser. Greg played for the Red Sox in 1993 and 1994.